- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fluctuate.
“An example of how the exchange rate fluctuates is that last week we withdrew $5,500 Pesos on two successive days.”
“The meaning of the phrase fluctuates with that of its antithesis, the natural order.”
“Hoewever, that C2 rat - ing sort of 'fluctuates' about.”
“My current cup size is between E-F cup (I think it kind of fluctuates depending on time of month)”
“•The glowing green "fluctuates" in intensity according to the control and willpower that Hal exerts over the ring.”
“Daily word count is good to have, but I find mine fluctuates back and forth between 1,000 to 3,000 words/day.”
“Even worse, it obscures voters 'real preferences altogether as support fluctuates among candidates not because of their policy preferences, but because of their perceived ability to win.”
“The idea that wine quality fluctuates with vintage is not unique to the Finger Lakes, and you seem to be implying it is.”
“This would be true even if the U.S. raised fuel taxes, as Friedman sensibly suggests, because the price of heavily-taxed fuel also fluctuates with the cost of the oil from which it is refined.”
“The volatility of a share refers to how much the price fluctuates; if a trader knows that he must pay a tax, then he might wait for the price to drop lower before buying and he might wait for the price to rise higher before selling.”
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